One Big District ... One Big State Senate District Six Race

The newly drawn sixth district in the State Senate has more potential drama built into it than virtually any other political race to be held during Georgia’s upcoming July primary election. It’s not only a question...READ MORE


Belinfante Leads Fund-Raising for Senate Race

Josh Belinfante raised $73,627.92 in this year's first quarter to take the lead among candidates seeking the GOP nomination...READ MORE


Obamacare Before the US Supreme Court

This week, attorneys representing 26 States will be arguing to the Supreme Court that Obamacare is unconstitutional.  I am proud to serve as a Special Assistant Attorney General representing the State of Georgia in the lawsuit...READ MORE


Democratic Lawyers Move Over

The fate of Republican lawyers started to change some as Republican Presidents came along with Presidential appointments to the federal bench and U.S. Attorneys’ offices. Even then, their influence was pretty weak because...READ MORE


Belinfante Selected as one of the Atlanta Business Chronicle's 40 Under 40 of Atlanta's Rising Business and Community Leaders

Josh Belinfante has quietly built a reputation in Atlanta and Georgia as the "go-to guy" on health-care policy and legislation. At Atlanta-based botique law firm Robbins Freed & Ross LLC, Belinfante represents businesses in...READ MORE


Native son Belinfante wants to represent District 6

Temple Sinai congregant Josh Belinfante has been saturated in Georgia and its politics since birth. The great-nephew of Ernest Barrett – longtime chairman of the Cobb County Commission and the man for whom Barrett Parkway...READ MORE


Ethics commission vice-chair resigns to consider Senate bid

The seat, now held by Democrat Doug Stoner of Smyrna, was redrawn in a Senate plan this week from being wholly in Cobb County to including a large chunk of GOP-dominated north Fulton County. Belinfante is one of several Republicans...READ MORE


Ethics commission could see major reorganization

State ethics commission leaders are proposing a sweeping overhaul of the agency that would farm out some duties to a private attorney, hire a new auditor and lean more on the state attorney general for investigative help.READ MORE

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